Nagios

Nagios is an industry-standard open-source IT infrastructure and network monitoring software which can monitor server resources (e.g., CPU, memory, disk usage), network equipments (e.g., switches or routers), application protocols and services. There exists a strong Nagios ecosystem consisting of numerous plugins, front-ends, add-ons which extend the capabilities of Nagios in terms of monitoring, alerting, hardware support, security, database/webserver integration, etc.


  • Website: http://www.nagios.org/
  • Platform: Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD
  • License: GNU GPLv2
  • Documentation: https://www.nagios.org/documentation/
  • Source repository: sourceforge
  • Features: ,
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